Coolio has to perform with the production crew as his backup dancers

A hilarious resurfaced clip of Coolio has revealed he had to perform with the production crew as his backup dancers at the last minute after being “accidentally” booked for a TV show.

The rapper, who died on Wednesday aged 59, appeared on Irish talk show Open House in 2002, where staff had to fill in at the last minute for the performance.

Comedy writer James Cotter shared the video on Twitter, saying Coolio was allegedly “booked by mistake” and the crew realized too late that no dancers had been arranged in the background.

Unpleasant! A hilarious resurfaced clip of Coolio has revealed he had to perform with the production crew as his backup dancers at the last minute after being “accidentally” booked for a TV show

James wrote: “RIP Coolio. Don’t ever forget his appearance on Irish daytime chat show Open House, which legend has it got him booked by mistake.

“They hadn’t arranged backup dancers, so he had the middle-aged production crew dress up and do it instead. Best TV ever.”

RTÉ presenter Marty Whelan, who introduced him, then confirmed his tweet by saying: “Ah Coolio, I remember him with great affection.

Mistake: The rapper, who died on Wednesday aged 59, appeared on Irish talk show Open House in 2002, where staff had to fill in at the last minute for the performance

Funny: Comedy writer James Cotter shared the video on Twitter and said Coolio was allegedly “booked by mistake” and the crew realized too late that no dancers had been arranged in the background

Throwback: RTÉ presenter Marty Whelan (pictured), who introduced him, then confirmed his tweet by saying: “Ah Coolio, I remember him with great affection!”

“Having him dance with the staff was quite a moment. What they did voluntarily. Just the idea of ​​featuring Coolio on afternoon TV shows just how innovative RTÉ has ​​always been…”

The clip shows Marty introducing him and saying, “Now to perform that, we have a number of our own crew, open house crew, that we could call them, including DJ Liz, who’s over there, and the rest of them .

“Ladies and Gentlemen, It’s Coolio and Ghetto Square Dance!”

Error: James wrote: ‘RIP Coolio. Don’t ever forget his appearance on Irish daytime talk show Open House, which legend says booked him by mistake!’

The performance then featured Coolio rapping while three awkward men in hoodies stood behind him trying to dance.

With the clip recirculating, fans of the late star responded to the funny moment by writing: “This is art, the way the guy on the right looks at every wedding he’s ever attended, takes traditional impromptu foot spins and incorporates them into a coolio performance. Honestly tears of laughter here!’

Another said: “It’s brilliant!” while a third said: “Ah jeez…. Pure class!!!’

Someone else commented, “Remember seeing that live and wondering what was going on!”

Reaction: With the clip recirculating, fans of the late star reacted to the hilarious moment by writing, “This is art!”

Coolio, best known for his chart-topping song Gangsta’s Paradise, died on Wednesday at the age of 59.

The musician, whose real name is Artis Leon Ivey Jr., was found around 4 p.m. on the bathroom floor of a friend’s Los Angeles home.

Paramedics pronounced Coolio dead at the scene and an autopsy is now underway to determine the official cause of death – although law enforcement sources said “no drugs or drug paraphernalia were found at the scene” and they do not suspect foul play.

According to Jarez, the star’s longtime manager, paramedics suspected he went into cardiac arrest.

Hilarious: The performance then featured Coolio rapping while three awkward men in hoodies stood behind him trying to dance

Confusion: Someone else commented on the resurfaced video: “Remember you were watching this live and were wondering what’s going on!”

The West Coast legend is survived by his ex-wife Josefa Salinas, whom he married in 1996. The former couple split four years later after having four children.

He is said to have between six and ten children with several women. His known children include Grtis Ivey, Brandi Ivey, Milan Ivey, Darius Ivey, Zhaneand Ivey, Jackie Ivey, Kate Ivey, Shayne Ivey, Artisha Ivey, and Artis Ivey III.

Coolio was recently spotted on stage during Riot Fest 2022 at Douglass Park on September 18 in Chicago, Illinois, and just four days ago he took to Instagram to share his latest performance in Texas.

Gone too soon: Coolio, best known for his chart-topping song Gangsta’s Paradise, died on Wednesday aged 59 (pictured 10 days ago)

He was also spotted at Sydney Airport in early April, where he graciously stopped to take photos with fans before his concert at Luna Park.

After being born in the steel town of Monessen in southwestern Pennsylvania, he relocated to Compton, Los Angeles, where he began to develop his skills by entering rap competitions.

He recorded the singles Watcha Gonna Do and You’re Gonna Miss Me in the late 1980s before joining the group WC and the Maad Circle in 1991.

Three years later he had his breakthrough as a solo artist with the single “Fantastic Voyage” from his debut individual album “It Takes a Thief” released by Tommy Boy Records.

The outlandish singer released Gangster’s Paradise in 1995 and the song topped the charts in the US, UK, France, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.

The single itself has sold over six million copies worldwide and is taken from his four-time platinum, Grammy-nominated, 17-track album of the same name.

Possible cause: Paramedics suspect he went into cardiac arrest, although no official cause of death has been determined, according to the star’s longtime manager Jarez (pictured in 1996).

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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